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Cloud Connect Presents Lifecycle Solutions for Public, Private, Hybrid Cloud

At last week’s UBM TechWeb Cloud Connect conference in California, attendees found a wave of insight, product releases and demos of soon-to-be-released technologies for all parts of the cloud design-test-deploy-manage lifecycle. IDN takes a quick virtual tour of some of the highlights.

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SunGard Launches AvantGard BPM for Invoice Deductions, Chargebacks

SunGard has launched AvantGard Business Process Management (BPM) for deductions and chargebacks in the order-to-cash cycle.  The solution aims to provide enterprises a BPM solution with standard workflows they can configure to meet the requirements of managing high volumes.

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Analysis: A Look at Oracle-Sun's Impact on 'Horizontal' Integration

Oracle Corp. officially closed its $7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems on Wednesday. IDN offers a look at how the “vertical integration” of Oracle-Sun will impact horizontal integration, as well as a review of Oracle’s horizontal integration plans for Java, app servers, SOA and cloud.

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Sun Microsystems Ships GlassFish Enterprise Server v3

Sun Microsystems Inc. is shipping GlassFish Enterprise Server v3, the latest update of its Java EE-based application server and core component of Sun’s GlassFish ESB.

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Sun's Cloud Services Target Business Needs

Sun Microsystems, Inc. announced a new portfolio of professional services to help businesses move forward with cloud computing. Sun's Cloud Strategic Planning Service, announced at Sun's CommunityOne conference, pledged to connect-the-dots between cloud's capabilities and today's needs for ROI and business improvements.

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Sun’s GlassFish Portfolio Could Change Middleware Game

This week, Sun Microsystems enters the open source middleware space with GlassFish Portfolio, a pre-integrated and easily configurable platform that offers an ESB, management and monitoring capability, a web portal for community development, and LAMP stack. IDN talks with Sun execs and looks at 7 ways GlassFish Portfolio could change the game for open source middleware.

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Sun’s SWIFT Open Integration Powers Banking B2B

Spanish savings bank Caja Madrid will use Sun Microsystems' SWIFT Open Suite for financial integration for secure end-to-end payments, securities, funds and B2B communications. The project shows today's financial climate is prompting financial IT architects worldwide to explore new integration options.

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Sun Ships OpenSSO Enterprise To Secure Web Services

Sun Microsystems Inc. has announced Sun OpenSSO Enterprise software, an integrated and 'open' end-to-end toolset for secure single sign-on (SSO) for SOA and web services environments.

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Sun Eyes Former BEA Users with Java CAPS Special Offer

Sun Microsystems is looking to capture the former BEA middleware customers away from Oracle with a special offer for Sun's Java CAPS (Composite Application Platform Suite) for SOA. Offer expires Oct. 30.

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Sun Enters Phase 2 Java-.NET Interop

Sun and Microsoft engineers continue to work on up-the-stack interop between Java and .NET. Sun pledged to enable Java interop to Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) by developing and distributing open source implementations of key WS-specs. IDN spoke with a Sun exec, who lined out benefits to Java/J2EE devs for .NET interop.

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Sun/SeeBeyond Deal May Impact Java Devs

With Sun's $387 million buyout of SeeBeyond, Sun's Java world now extends to the world of integration - even with non-Java assets. It also may signal a boost in just how much attention Java/J2EE devs should pay to integration tasks. Take a first look at the dev impact on the Sun/SeeBeyond deal with Sun Software's CTO, among others.

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The Java Community Looks at Harmony

Since the Apache Project announced their Harmony project to build an Open Source implementation of J2SE, there have been piles of posting, blogs, emails and interviews - both pro and con. Integration Developer News takes a look at the sounds and fury from Java community members, including Sun execs James Gosling and Graham Hamilton, on Harmony.

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